Originally Posted by joy13
Once I am out of the Coralife I already have the Oceanic already. It is suppose to mix 90 gallons so I figure I should start seeing a change in my 8 gallon within a couple of water changes if it is the salt.
Ryshark how long has your tank been set up and what was the other brand of salt you were using?
My current tank is 1-year old, I transfered a lot of stuff from my old 75-gallon tank into my current 180-gallon. Before the Coralife I was using DD-H2O and before that I was using Tropic Marin Pro. However, I am not convinced it is the Coralife just yet. I'm going to keep using it because the parameters are good and the price is right. I get the bucket for $40 from an LFS
. Plus one of my favorite tanks (which I have only seen online in another forum) uses Coralife saltmix and that tank is Beautiful
I do admit that until about a week and a half ago, I was not feeding the tangs any nori on a clip, I was just throwing in lots of algae based flake food. There is a chance this was mucking the water up. I stopped feeding so much flake (I was doing it about 3-times a day) and started putting the seaweed on a clip again. Right now, when I stir the sand up the cyano
still comes right back within 2-days. It sucks! If I can't get control of it soon, I will probably buy a sand sifting goby.